Comparison for nyt2000-03-21

  • Title: August 15, 1997 - "By Whatever Means"
  • Author: By Manny Nosowsky
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  • Title: New York Times, Tuesday, March 21, 2000
  • Author: Nick Grivas
  • Editor: Will Shortz
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A1. Actress Goldie ~ HAWN
A1. Current units ~ AMPS
A5. Biblical victim ~ ABEL
A5. Many comedy teams ~ DUOS
A9. Teases ~ RIBS
A9. Squirrel away ~ STASH
A13. Masked man's weapon? ~ EPEE
A14. Some is junk ~ MAIL
A14. Tabula ___ (clean slate) ~ RASA
A15. Archer of "Patriot Games" ~ ANNE
A15. Minor role ~ CAMEO
A16. Marseille menu ~ CARTE
A16. Unloads ~ RIDS
A17. Collection in Old Icelandic ~ EDDA
A17. ___ the finish ~ INAT
A18. Carpe ___ ~ DIEM
A18. Madison Avenue worker ~ ADMAN
A19. "The ___ Incident" (1943 Fonda film) ~ OXBOW
A19. Assume without proof ~ BEGTHEQUESTION
A20. Assume what's being asked ~ BEGTHEQUESTION
A22. Top performer ~ ACE
A23. Parting word ~ ADIEU
A23. Columbus sch. ~ OSU
A24. Not happy ~ UPSET
A24. Takes power by force ~ USURPS
A25. Flushed ~ RED
A26. Deceived ~ LEDON
A27. Trinity member ~ SON
A28. Oil org. ~ OPEC
A28. Ginnie ___ ~ MAE
A31. Octagonal sign word ~ STOP
A30. Mystery writer Josephine ~ TEY
A32. Stick with a line ~ ROD
A31. Mr. Potato Head part ~ EAR
A34. Individually ~ EACH
A32. Early Microsoft offering ~ DOS
A36. Menu words ~ ALA
A33. "A mouse!" ~ EEK
A37. Take unnecessary risks ~ BORROWTROUBLE
A34. Captures ~ BAGS
A41. Do the wrong thing ~ ERR
A35. Wake sleeping dogs, so to speak ~ BORROWTROUBLE
A42. Sky twinkler ~ STAR
A39. ___ Jones's locker ~ DAVY
A43. Chromosome stuff ~ RNA
A40. NASDAQ listings: Abbr. ~ COS
A44. Yankee foes of the 1860s ~ REBS
A41. Speakers' pause fillers ~ UMS
A46. Change this clue, e.g. ~ EDIT
A42. Ending with methyl ~ ENE
A48. Long marches ~ TREKS
A43. Round Table title ~ SIR
A52. Kind of chair ~ SWIVEL
A44. Indy 500 logo ~ STP
A54. Time of your life? ~ AGE
A45. Place to take a cure ~ SPA
A56. ___ Abner ~ LIL
A48. Cone bearer ~ FIR
A57. Advance on a diamond ~ STEALTHIRDBASE
A49. Italian poet Torquato ___ ~ TASSO
A61. Height enhancer ~ STILT
A51. Suffer a loss, slangily ~ EATIT
A62. Alice in "Alice," e.g. ~ ROLE
A53. Get closer to home, in a way ~ STEALTHIRDBASE
A63. Capital of Peru ~ LIMA
A56. Not level ~ ATILT
A64. Jamboree sights ~ TENTS
A57. Like service station rags ~ OILY
A65. Wind instrument ~ OBOE
A58. Black-and-white hunter ~ ORCA
A66. Don Juan's mom ~ INEZ
A59. ___ fatale ~ FEMME
A67. Give a little push ~ URGE
A60. At liberty ~ FREE
A68. Undecided ~ TORN
A61. Victory signs ~ VEES
A69. Sneaky guy? ~ PETE
A62. Long lock ~ TRESS
D1. Kind of tea or medicine ~ HERBAL
A63. A.T.F. agents ~ FEDS
D2. Per unit ~ APIECE
A64. To be, to Tiberius ~ ESSE
D3. Packed tightly ~ WEDGED
D1. One-celled pond dwellers ~ AMEBAS
D4. Bird home ~ NEST
D2. Got by ~ MADEDO
D5. Zodiac sign ~ ARIES
D3. Hardly the Queen's English ~ PIDGIN
D6. Ghost in "Macbeth" ~ BANQUO
D4. List of candidates ~ SLATE
D7. Birthright seller ~ ESAU
D5. Miami-___ County ~ DADE
D8. It's better than never ~ LATE
D6. More than unusual ~ UNIQUE
D9. Half the diameter ~ RADIUS
D7. Get the better of ~ ONEUP
D10. Godlike, in a way ~ IMMORTAL
D8. Academic term ~ SEMESTER
D11. Tall skinny guy ~ BEANPOLE
D9. Shipmate of Bones and Spock ~ SCOTTY
D12. Gun relative? ~ SON
D10. Downtown cruiser ~ TAXI
D15. Long-running musical ~ CATS
D11. Like sloths and tree toads ~ ARBOREAL
D20. Kings in bridge ~ HONORS
D12. Alley Oop's time ~ STONEAGE
D21. Give some relief ~ SUCCOR
D13. Chop down ~ HEW
D25. Where to get soaked? ~ SPA
D21. Sitcom material ~ HUMOR
D27. Hockey name of fame ~ ORR
D22. Search for ~ SEEKOUT
D29. ___ dish (for bacterial growth) ~ PETRI
D26. Welby and Kildare: Abbr. ~ DRS
D30. Musical talent ~ EAR
D29. Not gregarious ~ ASOCIAL
D33. "Is that so!" ~ DOTELL
D32. Like some martinis ~ DRY
D35. Looked for ~ HUNTED
D33. Sci-fi visitors ~ ETS
D37. Punky of '80s TV ~ BREWSTER
D34. Air rifle ammo ~ BBS
D38. Circling the moon ~ ORBITING
D35. Item that may be slid down ~ BANISTER
D39. Tobacco chaw ~ WAD
D36. Paycheck booster ~ OVERTIME
D40. Lieutenant's insignia ~ BAR
D37. Least fortunate ~ WORSTOFF
D41. Hosp. trauma areas ~ ERS
D38. Called balls and strikes ~ UMPED
D45. Slender, like many models ~ SVELTE
D39. Rock's ___ Leppard ~ DEF
D47. Alter hems ~ TAILOR
D43. The contiguous 48 ~ STATES
D49. "Seinfeld" role ~ ELAINE
D44. Dirty ~ SOILED
D50. Eastern fate ~ KISMET
D45. Oddballs may draw them ~ STARES
D51. Vulgar one ~ SLEAZE
D46. Zodiac fishes ~ PISCES
D53. Grub ~ EATS
D47. "Ten-hut!" undoer ~ ATEASE
D55. "Go" color ~ GREEN
D50. Talia of "Rocky" ~ SHIRE
D58. ___ out (display) ~ TROT
D52. Beyond's partner ~ ABOVE
D59. King of the road, they say ~ HOBO
D54. "Desire Under the ___" ~ ELMS
D60. Radar info ~ BLIP
D55. Cereal grasses ~ RYES
D61. R-V filler ~ STU
D56. Toward the tiller ~ AFT

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